Love Rugby League looks forward to 2014

With the 2014 Super League season just days away, Love Rugby League is looking forward to the return of the action with some brand new content coming your way throughout the year, and you can be a part of it!

Your regular installment of news, interviews and all things rugby league will be supplemented with the introduction of a number of features and blogs from our experts. We’ll hear from top figures within the game and will also be looking for fans to contribute content and share their views from the terraces.

We’ll be bringing you brand new weekly features. Our ‘Club of the Week’ feature will be focussing on a club from the lower leagues, and we’ll also be bringing you a weekly Tipping League feature where you can pick up tips and predictions as our resident expert James Gordon goes head to head against a host of rugby league guests.

Our ‘6 Tackles’ feature will sit alongside the existing ‘Five Things We Learned’ column to keep on top of all current issues within the game.

Love Rugby League will also be introducing a Fanzone feature where we invite fans from Super League clubs to air their views and concerns. If you fancy stepping into the hotseat to represent your club in Fanzone for the 2014 Super League season, contact now!

A number of other features will also be coming your way throughout the season looking towards the business side of the game, reviewing rugby league related products, and keeping our finger on the pulses of the lads flying the British flag down under with our ‘Poms in Oz’ reports. 

Finally, the addition of our latest member of staff here at Love Rugby League will be our ear on the ground of the rugby league world. A much fabled character who will introduce himself fully in due course, Ray Rumour will be bringing you the scoop from around the game. 

Another brand new addition to the Love Rugby League package this year will be the introduction of live text commentary from around the league each weekend, allowing you to follow the action from around the grounds while you’re out and about or attending a game yourself. 

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